Kathleen Grace has traveled the world sharing her pure sound and eclectic music with audiences from New York to South America. Long known as one of jazz’s rising stars, Grace has now planted her jazz roots in the soil of classic country music. The result is what the SF Chronicle described as a "singer that mixes styles to create her own sound a hybrid of country, jazz and classic torch song. Her latest album No Place To Fall, has been praised for its deep musicianship and its bold aim to stretch the notoriously conservative fields of both country and jazz music. The result is an organic and exhilarating new music held together by the thread of Graces stellar sound and honest story telling. To listen to Grace is to fall long and hard into a well of wonders - Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange "Smart, alluring and evocative" - The Washington Post
3790 WIlshire Blvd, Los Angeles, 90010
South African-bred family band Kongos continues to gain fans around the globe with their boot-stomping sound and high-energy live performances. The band's four brothers possess an undeniable chemistry on stage, and their knowledge of both their craft and each other really shine as they tear through tracks like "Come With Me Now" and "I'm Only Joking". With their music receiving heavy radio airplay in the US and Canada, the boys of Kongos are ready and raring for another rollicking round of shows on tour.
1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403
One of the best of Keaton's career and filled with unbeatable sight gags, THE NAVIGATOR finds Buster trapped on an empty passenger ship with the gal who jilted him. It's paired on a double bill with a 90th anniversary screening of SEVEN CHANCES, where Buster's confronted with the proposition of a massive fortune... if he can find someone to marry by 7pm that day!